Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona went through three surgeries in four days and spent time in the ICU while he was away from the team in 2020.

Francona, 61, tended to his medical problems Wednesday, clarifying he initially had a method for a gastrointestinal issue, however required extra surgeries in the wake of creating blood clots.

Francona oversaw only 12 of the team’s 60 regular season games because of his medical problems. He didn’t return in an ideal opportunity for the postseason. Cleveland played two postseason games, losing to the New York Yankees in the wild-card round.

Francona included it was extreme for him to watch Cleveland play in 2020. He said he felt “guilty” for not being there.

“When you’re the manager, there’s a lot of people who depend on you,” Francona said. “And I felt really guilty because I wasn’t there. And that was tough on me mentally as well as when you’re going through physical stuff.”

Francona — a World Series champ who likewise guided Cleveland to the Fall Classic in 2016 — said he would zero in on getting more grounded throughout the following couple a long time with the aim of getting back to oversee in 2021, as indicated by the Associated Press. Cleveland president Chris Antonetti affirmed Tuesday he anticipates that Francona should deal with the group in 2021.

It’s indistinct where that leaves Sandy Alomar Jr., who drove the group while Francona recuperated from medical procedure. Alomar has met for full-time supervisor positions before and could be a famous administrative contender for different groups subsequent to guiding Cleveland to a 28-18 record in 2020.

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